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Changes to Canadian Copyright Law

Changes to Canadian Copyright Law A GREAT VICTORY FOR CANADIAN PHOTOGRAPHERS OTTAWA, November 7, 2012: At last, Canadian photographers own their copyright. The Canadian Association of Professional Image Creators (CAPIC) would like to congratulate all Canadian photographers in Canada on … Continue reading

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Thanks to all who went out and shot publically on Sept.11

Thanks to all who went out in public and shot images on Saturday the 11th. We hope nobody was hassled because as photographers, it’s our right in most countries to shoot most anything in public. You can see images that … Continue reading

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The shoot is this Saturday September 11, 2010

Hi Everyone, The months have flown by and the Publicphotography.org shoot is THIS Saturday, September 11, 2010. Just to recap, in order to participate, all you have to do is go out on September 11 (in whatever city you live … Continue reading

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G20 Toronto – Can I See Your ID?

Should independent media be treated the same as mainstream media? Do the rights of independent media people DIFFER from press or TV journalists? This cop thinks so. Youtube video – Youtube video – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UE1UZWrfMJ8

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Officers claim they don’t need law to stop photographer taking pictures

Hat tip to AcadieLibre for finding this: http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/crime/officers-claim-they-dont-need-law-to-stop-photographer-taking-pictures-2012827.html

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Canadian photography laws – VERY brief summary leaflet

If you are a Canadian photographer, photographing in public, then you have every right to continue doing so. There may be special restrictions on photographing military bases, but aside from special cases like that, it is your RIGHT to photograph … Continue reading

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Ottawa Joins the War on Photography

Part of the war on photography involves making the public think that photographers and other artists might also be potential terrorists. The sad truth is, yes some photographers might be terrorists. People that watch birds through binoculars might also be … Continue reading

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Disney Thinks Photographers Are Terrorists

Disney Thinks Photographers Are Terrorists William Beem Photography

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UK to introduce “photograph a cop, 10 years in jail” law

Hard to fathom for those of us that believe in freedom of the press and our own personal freedoms. These freedoms are being trumped by new ‘anti-terrorist’ laws. http://boingboing.net/2009/02/03/uk-to-introduce-phot.html Here’s more related links: London cops declare war on photography Manchester … Continue reading

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Photographer films his own ‘anti-terror’ arrest

Take a look at this self-filmed video arrest. Do citizens of the U.K. feel more secure because of these tactics? This makes my blood boil. http://www.guardian.co.uk/uk/2010/feb/21/photographer-films-anti-terror-arrest

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